Stream Energy has achieved great success in the energy sector. Founded in 2005, the Dallas based company is now delivering energy solution across the United States, and on the global scale. The company’s meteoric rise has allowed them to share in their success the team that makes who they are today. Serving over 5 states, Stream Energy’s success has enabled to them make a positive impact in the world of philanthropy. Stream Energy has taken on a new challenge, which may be far harder than the success they have been able to achieve. The Dallas energy company launched Stream Care, a not for profit charitable foundation.
Stream Care was launched as a beckon of hope in the fight against homelessness and humanitarian aid serving the same community that supported Stream Energy’s success. Stream Care is taking the necessary steps to totally eliminate homelessness. Recently Stream Care teamed up with the Hope Supply Co. and together they are making a real effort to eradicate homelessness.
Continuing with their philanthropic efforts, Stream Care made a positive impact following 2005’s Hurricane Harvey. Harvey left over $100 billion in damages to the Huston metropolitan area, destroying thousands of homes and businesses all while displacing thousands of people. Stream Care was able to leverage the success they experienced to give back to the community, by providing the much need financial support to the residents in Houston and the surrounding areas.
The Stream Care Foundation has partnered with charitable organizations and together has been able to make a huge impact. They have teamed up with the Red Cross and Humanitarian Habitat to help raise thousands of dollars for varies charitable efforts. Stream Energy’s Stream Care Foundation has also provided aid to residents by providing clothing, diapers and school supplies, goods we often take for granted until we don’t have access to them. The Stream Care Foundation has partnered with the Salvation Army and the Hope Supply Co to bring aid to the victims of the 2016 Texas Tornado.